Fund Accounting for Nonprofits & Charities

The Charity CFO

And the issue of restricted funds presents unique bookkeeping and accounting challenges for a nonprofit that a for-profit company doesn’t face. This accounting system is called fund accounting. Who’s Required to Use Fund Accounting? . What is fund accounting? .

How to Change Careers to a Financial Sector Job

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The financial sector is one of the most competitive fields to break into, and people usually start at the bottom and work their way up. But that doesn’t mean you can’t change careers and land a financial sector job. What Is the Financial Sector? Financial Advisor

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Nonprofit Accounting Basics for Founders, Board Members & Executives

The Charity CFO

If you’re like most nonprofit leaders, you’re not researching nonprofit accounting basics to satisfy your curiosity. So you can understand what’s happening in your business and communicate effectively with your board members, donors, and financial team. What is nonprofit accounting?

Breaking Down the FP&A Function of the CFO Suite

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Traditionally, the chief financial officer (CFO) is responsible for tracking the company’s past and present financial situation and ensuring on-time and accurate financial reporting. This function is called financial planning and analysis (FP&A).

Best Practices from the CFO Suite

BlueLight

The financial implication of these decision is critical and the CFO is the executive helping the CEO navigate these decisions. Historically, the CFO role was focused on backward looking information: ensuring on-time and accurate financial reporting. Accounting ?—?Nearly

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